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to talk to the latino community. >> not such a great win for him. >> not at all. >> the author ann coulter made some interesting remarks. >> we don't owe the homeless. we don't owe feminists. we don't owe women who are desirous of having abortions or gays who want to get married to one another. that's what civil rights has become for much of the left. >> they're not civil rights? immigrant rights are not civil rights? >> no, i think civil rights are for blacks. >> immigrant rights are not civil rights. >> apparently not, and i guess not all people are, you know -- can enjoy the personal liberty that the 13th and 14th amendment in this country out to give them regardless of race and ethnicity and gender and personal preference. she's just showing us how her personal bias is getting in the way of the obvious good decision making that anyone looking at the emerging majority minority in this country ought to be paying attention to. so it was ignorant and she looks ignorant and unfortunately, once again, it's another dent in the party that is trying or claiming to say that they want to outreach
that that is at the center of all of this. >> stephanie: all right. ann coulter. >> the way liberals have treated blacks like children we don't owe the homeless, we don't owe feminists, but that's what the left has become -- >> immigrant rights are not civil rights? >> no, i think civil rights are for black. >> wow. >> and that's on abc this week right? >> yeah. they keep inviting her back. >> it's like -- media matters we don't waste a lot of time complaining about the sunday talk -- but it's like really? is this impeachment 1996 is that what we need ann coulter to explain to us. she puts out these right-wing books, and the same 10,000 people buy them. this election, all of it it is irrelevant. so they just have her on to say something stupid like this. so you mean civil rights for blacks is not based on treating blacks like children. >> it has nothing to do with it. she is clueless. she doesn't even know what she is talking about. >> stephanie: eric holder. thank you for helping us wade through it as usual. >> bye-bye. >> stephanie: i heard about a right-wing writer he doesn't know
free free. bc evil gop. todd kincannon wrote sandra fluke, i am woman hear me whine. and ann coulter said sandra wants tanning appointments. fighting for womens rights is whining? health care is no more important than getting a tan? the right's words are hateful and their ideas are wrong. they just don't get it. joining me now live from inside the convention hall is sandra fluke. thanks for being here, miss fluke. let me ask you. we talked earlier today, but are you surprised by the right wing's reaction to your speech last night? >> you know, it's unfortunate. i would hope that we would do better than this in our political discourse in this country, but, you know, if you're not being attacked for something or criticized then you're not standing up for anything. and in my life i stand up for what i believe in. so i'm not going to focus on them. i'm going to focus on re-electing this president. >> well, you brought up governor romney's silence in the face of the attacks of your character last night. watch this part of your speech. >> your new president could be a man who stands by whe
in florida. you still think there isn't any media bias? ann coulter, i think she's on the fence about that. i can't wait to see what she concludes. she'll be out shortly. in 90 seconds at that rate. if she picks it out bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. >> brian: headlines now. we're learning students in chicago could be back inside the classroom tomorrow. the associated press reporting both sides are optimistic about negotiations going on right now. talks continue today. >>> thousands of teachers will remain on the picket line for the fourth day. the teachers union wants bigger salaries and more benefits and chan
coulter. >> yes. >> one of the qualities that ann singled out as being admirable is that romney is square. and she thinks we've had too much hipness, so that gives them -- >> well, i guess. >> that gives them their theme song. who's side of hughey lewis and the news. hip to be square. >> rolling calamity doesn't imply squareness. you think that as being a nebulous, hurricane like -- at any rate, maggie, i want to talk about ann romney. i thought that sound of late, as hastings pointed out in the break, ann romney was a secret weapon, used strategically and you can really sense her stress levels and anger at the way that her family has been treated, husband has been treated. i guess i guess how effective she is in those moments as a surrogate for mitt romney? >> i think she is reflecting the same way sununu is, the way we were discussing, there is a sense of frustration in the campaign. a lot of it gets directed at the press but the reality is they're frustrated because where they are, they are not in a position of strength, not a great three weeks, pretty bad three weeks and we're running
'll be taking more of your calls at 1-800-steph-1-2. ann coulter, noted flip flopper. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh. i'm going to be on with the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." [♪ theme music ♪] >> john: this is the "stephanie miller show." i'm john fugelsang filling in for steph all week long, and taking your calls, and it's time once again to go to the brilliant, the luminous the only person who can help me take sense out of all that is going on in the world is jacki schechner, deep underground in current's new bunker. >> i'm on a mission john can you ban with me to get tony to speak before tomorrow. >> john: let's get him to speak right now. >> good morning, jacki. i'm just shy. >> john: just because the silent film won best picture, doesn't mean that you get to be this way. >> i'm trying to hard to get tony to come out of his shell. >> john: tony, jacki schechner is talking to you. don't blow it. [ laughter ] >> john: thank you, jacki what is happening in the world. >> it looks like it is do as i say not
but the media is in war mode. all they're talking about is racism. >> this was last night, miss ann coulter, saying that everything that malfunctions in this nation is due to the manifestation of white guilt. can you explain that? >> you know, that really doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. that was a sort of cliche about literature of the subject in the 1950s and 60s. what i would suggest is this kind of -- the kind of touchiness and the sort of really thin skinned sensitivity that she's describing there. this is actually -- i mean, this is projection, okay? do you remember the career of sarah palin? >> i do. >> it's all about whining. it's all about complaining. the biography of sarah palin is called "the persecution of sarah pal palin." it's all about how mean people have been to her. >> he's saying this comment is a manifestation of miss coulter's psychiatric illness. >> i can't quarterly with threl. this is about right grievance. they have spend 30 years stoking a sense of grievance. they have completely distracted them from the issues of what the 1% are really doing to them by co
, mr. romney has had some incredible assets at his disposable, fox news, ann coulter, "the wall street journal," karl rove, bill crystal, david koch but he's blaming everyone else. is it because he's not a very good candidate or is it because his policies stink? which of the two? >> well, i'm not going to apologize publicly like krystal. she's braver than me. but it's going back to the numbers that are exposing a new reality for the part which is today, which is a record number, 40% of all americans identify as independent. that's a record number. 31% democrat, and 27% republican. and that's a shrinking number when you look at the last five years. unless you adjust and react to a shrinking number and change the rhetoric and really, you know, reach out to the fastest growing segments of minorities and women in this country that will take the president and the new president to the white house, then it's going to continue to shrink. so i think i'm going to blame the strategists that are ignoring the numbers. >> really, the strategists. krystal, i want you to take a look at romney's reacti
the story. they basically -- he was talking to ann coulter as if those two were national security experts. there were going with the same line as if the actual attack on the embassy had happened before the statements from the embassy. the embassy statement was to quell the growing protests. they had gotten local press reports that people were disturbed by the video. the statement was "we in america do not approve of religious intolerance." the core of what the romney campaign responded to was a lie. hillary clinton had condemned the attacks on the embassy before mitt romney even made his first a man. so much misinformation. -- before mitt romney even made his first statement. it is frightening i am hearing callers call and and try to skew out the party line which is so amateurish and dangerous for national security. host:patti, what do you think the u.s. response should be? caller: i think the appropriate measures have been taken. the response now will be that the president will make sure to work the libyan intelligence officials and find the actual people that killed the ambassador. it w
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